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CNN
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
. we'll show you what he had to say about the north korea trip. >>> and new controversial photos of crack smoking toronto mayor rob ford at a night club. your eyes really are unique. in fact, they depend on a unique set of nutrients. [ male announcer ] that's why there's ocuvite to help protect your eye health. as you age, your eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite is a vitamin made just for your eyes from the eye care experts as bausch + lomb. ocuvite has a unique formula that's just not found in any leading multivitamin. your eyes are unique, so help protect your eye health with ocuvite. i've got a big date, but my sinuses are acting up. it's time for advil cold and sinus. [ male announcer ] truth is that won't relieve all your symptoms. new alka seltzer plus-d relieves more symptoms than any other behind the counter liquid gel. oh what a relief it is. than any other behind the counter liquid gel. so ally bank has a that won't trap me in a rate. that's correct. cause i'm really nervous about getting trapped. why's that? uh, mark? go g
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
after latest trip to north korea. rodman today arriving in china and once again rodman said he is sorry that he could not help free american captive kenneth bae. >> i'm not the president. i'm not an ambassador. i'm den his rodman. just individual. we can actually get along and be happy for one day. >> rodman was in north korea to play a basketball game in honor of dictator kim jong un's birthday. we told that you justin bieber is in hot water after egging his neighbor's house. now we know the damage. tmz reporting bieber's egg caused 20,000ness damage for the neighbor's home. more bad news for the beibs, he could face vandalism charges and that's tonight's speed read. hhs report showing 24% of americans who signed up between the ages of 18 and 24. senior administration official saying enough young people have enrolled to avoid insurance death spiral is that true, joining us is ron for ray. elise viebeck and byron york. has the administration doorged the bolten this one one or are the numbers bleak. >> no the bullets are still coming. nor to work they need 40% of the folks entered have t
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
than a year in north korea. rodman apologized for making controversial comments about bay's detention from north korea. smith said the controversy overshadowed what is supposed to be a goodwill visit. >> dennis is not a member of the state department. not a member of the un. for them to put the flag in his sxhand say go negotiate, and talk about it, he probably would have made it worse. >> smith did say he make some mistakes like singing happy birthday to read leader kim johning um. >> the attempt to save three people from the frozen chicago river after an unfortunate mistake by three people walking by. >> tonight's seven on your side q and a is just head. you can contact me right now at facebook.com/michael finney abc 7 and on twitter. i'll answer questions here live in just a little bit. >> i'm sandhya patel. it's breezy along the hills right now. we're expecting gusty conditions overnight. red flag warnings going up and we'll talk about record warmth tomorrow. to those who've worried... suffered in silence... hoped... and lived in a state of fear... welcome to a new state... of hea
Al Jazeera America
Jan 13, 2014 6:00pm EST
rodman says he's sorry he couldn't help an american missionary detained in north korea during his trirp there. kenneth bae has been in the custody of north koreans for more than a year. rodman went to pyongyang to celebrate kim jong-il's birthday. he says he will return in a month. >> maria appreciate it, thank you. mississippi is considering ending congress gall visits for inmates. 155 inmates out of 22,000 had such visits last year. mississippi is one of six states that allows congress gall visits. alex rodriguez is taking his one year suspension to court. details on why he is fighting major league baseball again. >>> also data breaches affecting millions of customers, now we learn that more customers information may have been hacked. >> michael eaves is here with the big story in sports, alex rodriguez, fighting back against major league baseball. but you talk about a stack of evidence stacked against him. >> the only person that thinks it's not stacked against him ask rodriguez himself. at the time the initial 211 game suspension, rodriguez vowed to fight those allegation he through
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
with surprising new take on the situation in north korea. the controversy from his trip is dogging him all the way home. >>> i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." president obama is on the verge of revealing reforms over at the national security agency. critics are worried he won't go far enough to ease up on mass spying and protect americans' security. a just released study is adding fuel to the fire. it finds that one of the controversial programs hasn't done much to prevent terror attacks. let's go straight to brianna keilar who has the latest. >> reporter: this is adding to the tension not just between the obama administration and american citizens but allies of the the u.s. other countries who worry the nsa is going too far. you saw that today as spain's president visited the white house. president obama meeting up with yet another leader of a country upset with u.s. spying. this time spanish president mariano bray. since the first time since it came to light in october that the nsa scooped up information about 60 million phone calls made by spanish sit sens. the explanations were
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am PST
. dennis rodman apologized again today for not being able to help american missionary held in north korea for more than a year now. rodman told reporters he is sorry and "it's not my fault. i just want to do some good stuff. that's all i want to do." those are just a few of the things we thought you should know. it is time now for the "news nation" gut check on this monday. the new president of alabama state has signed a contract with the university with a very unusual provision relating to her love life. boyd's contract contains a clause that requires her, requires her, to live in the president's home located on campus but forbids her from living with anyone other than her family unless she's married to that person. the clause reads "for so long as dr. boyd is president and a single person, she shall not be allowed to co-habitate in the president's residence with any person with whom she has a romantic relation." of 13 trustees, only two are women. an expert on contracts tells "the washington post" he's never seen such a provision and that it may actually be illegal but dr. boyd says she
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 10:00am PST
's latest controversial trip to north korea is now over. he arrived in beijing earlier today to a swarm of reporters wanting answers. once again, justifying his trip and his motives behind the trip after apologizing last week for a drunken tirade on cnn. he's now saying he is sorry. here's cnn's karl penhaul. >> reporter: basketball's bad boy, dennis rodman, is back from north korea, back to face the music. >> i'm just very happy for the fact that we are actually trying to do something good for the world. and that's what i'm happy about. and i'm just sad for the fact that everyone is trying to break this down into pressure on me. and i don't know why. i haven't done anything wrong. i mean, literally, nothing wrong. i'm sorry for what's going on in north korea, about certain situations. i'm not god. i'm not ambassador. i'm no one. >> reporter: when dennis rodman comes to the arrival hall, he'll be stepping into a sea of controversy. he's criticized for statements he made about ken neth bae, accused of taking payment from the north korean authorities. he's been ridiculed for singing happy
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 10:00am PST
been intense and has been escalating. three of us love with north korea of. notice that this last year though was helpless to missile nothing afternoon because dentistry so we did this a kitten tons of excellence and condones or phone call. home so at this. these times home financing our defence capabilities to ski. and then this few days ago on another press release from boasts a special warfare command and or don't know whether exercise then. of course uncle uncle. oh whats is one because areas in korea special special forces exercises training are known to be pork wore on and very appeal was that as possible so i'm this excited to do a sort of. there's fierce competition for news coverage as we don't often see such training is held the wbo that only going to do. there wasn't a kid the city the option of david what do whatever you do. it is keen to build a good time as all get on the bus eleven. you can find them just a muscle it's a thirty minute walk to the training ground press members look like the are marching has a walk single file across the snow we feel with us tomorrow. call
Comedy Central
Jan 13, 2014 9:30am PST
was a child soldier, still better adjusted than a child actor. happy birthday to north korea's kim jung-un, please accept our gift of dennis rodman. no returns. this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central >> stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the report, good to have you with us. (cheers and applause) folks, i tell you, with a welcome like that, was that not a welcome? thank you. folks, with that kind of welcome it is almost as if you knows what's coming. folks, huge news tonight. the president of the united states of new jersey chris christie, is in hot water. okay, hold on, i just pictured him in a hot tub. shake it off. new e-mails link top aides in the christie administration to a shutdown on the george washington bridge back in september. it was traffic on a biblical scale with new jersey highways backed up for days which is slightly longer than normal. (laughter) now it turns out, turns out, folks, that the lane closures were meant to mak
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 9:00am PST
rodman, apologizes for what's going on in north korea. doesn't say he's sorry, however, for taking the trip. hear what made him so emotional at the airport. >>> peanuts and travel vouchers go to dozens of folks of a southwe southwest flight that landed in the wrong town. >>> and a love triangle in france. the first lady is hospitalized days after a tabloid reports that her partner, the president of france, is having an affair with a french actress. welcome to "around the world" welcome to "around the world" i'm suzanne malveaux. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> federal investigators are trying to figure out how the pilots made such a huge mistake that could have been very costly, even more costly. the plane came from chicago. was making a quick stop in branson, missouri, late last night, before heading to dallas. it landed, however, in a smaller county airport about ten miles away. now that airport has got a much shorter runway. that was the problem. the pilot had to slam on the brakes to avoid sliding into a highway. the passengers, they're okay. they were put on another
Comedy Central
Jan 13, 2014 9:00am PST
ishmael beah was a child soldier, still better adjusted than a child actor. happy birthday to north korea's kim jung-un, please accept our gift of dennis rodman. no returns. this is "the colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
, the american held captive in north korea. he thanks north korea for allowing them to host an exhibition game. >>> "the seattle times" says buyers must have billing addresses in one of six states. california, home of the 49ers, is not on the list. seattle wants tickets to go to its fans. >> yeah. and "the new york times" says the mtv show "16 and pregnant" could be helping to reduce births by teen mothers. researchers compared birth records and nielsen tv ratings. they found 20,000 fewer births since 2010. the show points out the challenges of having a child and encouraging talk about birth control. >>> "sesame street" set the standard for children's entertainment that educates more than 40 years after it began. the show airs in more than 150 countries, earning more emmys than anything else on tv. mo rocca found out what it takes to make it on the street. for a story you'll only see on "cbs this morning," mo, good morning. it sounds like fun. >> it was a lot of fun fr. the beginning the show has been called an experiment, a mixture of lesson plan kid-friendly entertai
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
to north korea. on his way through the beijing airport, he apologized for not being able to help free kenneth bae, the american being held in north korea. >> i'm sorry. i'm sorry i couldn't do anything. i'm sorry. if you could put it on my face, put it, blame me, it's not my fault, i'm sorry. i'm trying to do some good stuff. >> during a rant when he later said he was drunk, rodman suggested bae was to blame for his imprisonment and has been criticized for not using his influence with kim jong-un to help free bae. >>> today attorneys for alex rodriguez are filing an appeal in court fighting his 162-game suspensi suspension. a-rod says he plans to attend spring training with the yankees, despite the suspension. his accuser, anthony bosch, did not help rodriguez's cause. he told "60 minutes" he personally injected a-rod with steroids and he was obsessed with hitting 800 home runs. >>> controversy in the world of figure skating just weeks before the sochi olympic games. the u.s. figure skating association named ashley wagner to the team of three, despite finishing fourth at nationals aft
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
will be up to the yankees. >> dennis rodman has left north korea. he also called gas for comments that he made about kenneth bae, the american at detained for more than a year for in tight state crimes. rodman imply that he was at fault. he says that his efforts inside the country have been wrongly represented. he says that he is unappreciated, insisting that his basketball diplomacy has been mixed success. the nba commissioner suggested that money is what motivated the trip, but members of promise teens spoke out and said the opposite. >> rahman says that he just wanted to prove that they could get along in sports. >> we now know which first played michelle obamas down will be a part of his storgown e obama will be a part of history. starting tomorrow, the second group the red inaugural gown made by designer and jason wu will be on display at the national museum of american history. if you are looking at pictures. the dress will be paired with her shoes by jimmy choo. this is the first time the museum has displayed a second down. first time the moh wow.as you look incredible! right?! is
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 7:00am PST
collapsed. >>> former nba star dennis rodman has wrapped up his latest controversial trip to north korea. this is video of rodman leaving the airport in beijing, china,er ci this morning -- early this morning. rodman and other nba players were there to play a basketball gail, celebrating the birthday of -- game, celebrating the birthday of kim jung un. he says he cannot understand why this angers so many people in the united states. >> what am i doing that's so bad? i come to this country and actually -- >> rodman also says he's sorry for not being able to help an american missionary who has been detained in north korea for more than a year and rodman apologized for suggesting that missionary kenneth ba. he was responsible for his own -- ba. he was responsible for his own detainment. >>> 300,000 people across nine counties are forced to use bottled water to cook, wash even brush their teeth. the chemical found in the water in west virginia is commonly used to clean coal. the governor of west virginia says the impact the chemical could have on people has been really hard to gauge. >> mos
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
is apologizing again fresh off his latest trip from north korea. he stopped to say that, hey, he is no diplomate, just a regular guy that wanted to play basketball. >> i'm sorry about all the people. i'm sorry. i am not the president. i'm not an ambassador. i'm dennis rodman, just an individual showing the world that we can get along nand be happy for one day. i love to see -- i love to see -- >> rodman says he is sorry for what goes on in north korea politically but it is certainly not his fault. >>> alex rodriguez fight against major league baseball goes on. you heard from one of a-rod's attorneys who tells cnn he is filing sued to overturn the 2014 regular season and postseason ban. a 162-game suspension, the argument, is unprecedented since he never failed a drug test. another picture of a-rod is emerging, this one delivers by the bio genesis founder, anthony boesch. he alleges he gave him a drugstore of banned substances and even told him how to beat the system. >> what were the various banned substances that he was taking? >> testosterone, insulin growth factor, one, human growth hormone,
NBC
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
to north korea next month. >> 49ers a step closer to the sixth super bowl title following yesterday's win against the panthers. the 9ers back in town getting ready for sunday's showdown with seattle. >> interesting story. a discussion about cancer has exploded into a full flight on line. >> columnist taking issue with a blogger. >> i suspect nobody set out to hurt anyone. but feelings have been hurt. time columnist bill keller wrote over the weekend about breast cancer called heroic measures and featured a prominent blogger named lisa adams. adams has stage 4 breast cancer, she's made her fight for her health very public on a blog and twitter account. the take away some got from "the new york times" column is that lisa should stop fighting, that there is some kind of point it no longer makes sense and you should have acceptance instead. it has as you might imagine caused strong reaction online. one mother wrote, disgusted that the new york times would run a heartless piece like this. another said deeply condescending. adams herself tweets simply thank you for your support. >> wall street
CBS
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
and dennis rodman apologized for going to north korea and said he was sorry for what is going on in north korea and an earthquake hit there. remember you can follow us on twitter there. >> all right, here is elizabeth with the traffic. what is going on? >> well, we have an accident there. last time it was there but now it is approaching the exit there and you see delays right there so once again give yourself extra time there. up in san jose the usual back- ups there. we are seeing all the approaches still look pretty good, including 24, 580 and the east shore, in fact we can show you a drive time, 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to there, so really no problem. barkley has that and those all look good and no delays and also on time out of the west valley. there was a stall there on tracey, there was a stall on north flynn, they were able to clear it out but we are seeing a lot of stalls there and sensors there. that is your traffic. it looks great if you like sunshine. >> yes, if you like sunshine, those rains are long gone now. we didn't get much. now a ridge building there and most
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am PST
: dennis rodman concludes as late as controversial trip to north korea. rodman arrived in beijing this morning where he was mobbed by the media. and named an emotional state rodman says he did nothing wrong to treat and apologize for not helping korean american kenneth vabae who has been detained in north korea for more than a year. also last week rodman says he was sorry for suggesting that bae was responsible for his own detainment saying he had been drinking before the interview. rabin and other retired players were in north korea to play a game to celebrate the birthday of leader kim jong un. a beautiful sunrise from mount tam cam 3 that the sun about to come up just over the east bay hills. z female announcer: he needs a firmer he needs a firmer tempur-pedic... she wants a softer tempur-pedic... they both get what they need with the new tempur-choice, at sleep train the first tempur-pedic with multi-zone comfort control, featuring customizable shoulder, back, and leg support on each side. plus, get four years interest free financing. try the revolutionary new tempur-choice to
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 5:00am PST
. >> dennis rodman is in beijing on the way home from north korea after a basketball game apologizing if not being able to help kenneth bae who is detained. >> i'm sorry the people, i am not the president. i am not an ambassador. i am an individual. can't we get along and be happy if a day. >> rodman will return if a month for another game of basketball. >>> as you age you may want to exercise. your brain. a study shows those who tock part in brain training such as solving puzzles we and mental exercise slow their mental decline related to aging. people who exercise their brains had less difficulty doing regular tasks and performed better on cognitive tests. the study is published in the judge of the american geriatrics society. >> another bay area city wants to tax soda. the details we are learning about san francisco's released proposal. >> the 49ers road trip continues and we talk to the team about what they need to do to get a victory in seattle. >> hollywood turns out for the golden globes. >>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >>> suspicious fires in the s
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 5:00am PST
worked with dog owners. >>> dennis rodman has finished his latest controversial to north korea. rodman and other former nba players were in north korea playing a game celebrating the birthday of korean leader kim jong un. he says he cannot understand why this trip angered so many people back here in the u.. >> what am i doing that is so bad? i show the world the american people that sit there and i come to this country and actually have fun and smile for one day. >> dennis rodman says he is sorry for not being able to help an american missionary detained in north korea for more than a year and apologized for suggesting missionary kenneth bay was responsible for his own detainment. >>> postcard problem in san francisco is helping fight the city's stereotypes. it requires those that take part. participants living in the toughest neighborhoods to fill out a postcard. that postcard is mailed at random to another san francisco resident who lives in a more affluent area. >> people are much more similar than they realize if they took the time to actually listen to each others stories. >> fran
NBC
Jan 13, 2014 4:30am PST
missionary detained in north korea during his trip there. following the week-long trip rodman told media she sorry he couldn't do anything and it wasn't his fault. rodman led a squad of retired nba players to north korea to play a game celebrating the birthday of his friend kim jong-un. rodman apologized for statements about kenneth bae detained more than a year. >> target's ceo speaking out since the security breach that affected tens of millions of people. he spoke to cnbc. seema mody live this morning with details on that and wall street has a slow start so far. good morning. >> that's right. futures lower after the markets had a muted response to friday's jobs report which showed fewer jobs created in december than expected. however, the unemployment rate dropped to 6.7%. some experts blame the slow job growth on bad weather. the focus this week earnings which kicks off tomorrow. analysts expect earning growth to rise 6% in the fourth quarter t dow falling 8 points, the nasdaq up by 19. target ceo speaks out for the first time since the retailer was hit by a massive data brief in the hol
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 4:30am PST
star dennis rodman is in beijing on the way home from north korea after annexes big -- after an exhibition basketball game. >> i am sorry about all the people. i am not the president. i am not an ambassador. i am dennis individual, -- dennis rodman, individual. >> he plans to return in a month for another game of basketball. >> as you age you may want to exercise. your brain. a study shows participants who did a brain training solving puzzles and other forms of mental exercise slow their mental decline. people who exercise their brains regularly had lets difficulty doing regular tasks and performed better on cognitive tests. >> fear leads to action as the south bay arsonist strikes again. we have the sketch. and protection offered to homeowners. >> the 49ers are a win away to getting back to the super bowl and fans are selling the saw hawks, "bring it on." >> and san francisco supervisors want to make soft drinks more ♪ [ birds chirping, twinkling noises ] you're always after me lucky charms! they're magically delicious! can help your kids' school get extra stuff. they're t
FOX
Jan 13, 2014 4:30am PST
. >>> time is 4:45. former nba star dennis rodman has wrapped up his latest controversial trip to north korea. rodman and some other former nba players were in north korea to play a game celebrating the birthday of korean leader kim jong un. rodman says he can't understand why this has angered so many people in the u.s.. [ inaudible ] >> i come to this country and actually have fun and smile for one day. >> rodman also says he is sorry for not being able to help an american missionary who has been detained in north korea for more than a year. rodman also apologized. >>> the faa is looking into why southwest airlines jet landed at the wrong airport in missouri. the flight left chicago. was headed to the city of branson but landed seven miles away. that runway is about as half as long as the ones at branson. >>> united airlines preparing to welcome travelers when new boarding area in san francisco international airport later this month. the its in terminal three and will have a view of the airfield. they almost also be able to use a yoga room. a work area with 375 power outlets, and interactive
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 7:02am EST
that bad behavior base. both the ran and north korea, for example, modulate tensions to collect instances while developing nuclear and missile capabilities without interruption. a demonstration of force is often more effective than diplomatic niceties. the state department once understood this but its culture changed over the decades. since the cold war's end, western officials operate under the assumption that they should sequence diplomacy rather than combined and. the some of the parts because the whole, however. combined diplomacy sanctions, military strategies and an effective information campaign to broadcast the american perspective directly in foreign lands and amplified diplomacy's affect. i should note that while senator in trying to outreach to the islamic republic of iran, senator joseph biden had urged american public broadcasting, voice of america and radio free europe, to tone down some of its criticism of human rights in the iranian regime in order to make diplomacy work i could. that the course was well over a decade ago. it simply didn't work, but simply making the infor
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 4:00am PST
detained in north korea. rodman say he is sorry for not helping kenneth bae who has been in north korea for more than a year. the form basketball star and other retired players were there last week to play a game to celebrate the birthday of leader kim jong un. last week rodman also apologized for suggesting that bae was responsible for his own detainment. line >> with the number of flu related deaths on the rise, many bay area residents are flocking to get vaccinated. now pharmacies all over are running low on flu shots. kron 4's alecia reid is at a san francisco pharmacy with more. >> some pharmacies have been having shortages including this 24-hour wal-mart. they have another shipment on the way and they are advising customers to go to other locations that do have the shot. the latest being a 23 year-old of santa rosa cool friends and family say was a healthy young man. you can still get the flu shot if you have a cold as long as you do not have a fever. if >> you may soon pay more for electricity, especially if you're home during the day. the san francisco chronicle reports the cali
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 6:00am EST
. >> this is china and north korea. the china policy in north korea has been a failed one so far. the fall fromthat power is the latest in a long succession of failures in the country. north korea as a buffer state, used to inflate it -- insulated from american pressure. but the reverse is true. this is a big theme in 2014. how the balance of power changes. we have already seen that kim jong un is willing to take extreme steps. how does that play out? >> the murders that we have just had. he got rid of family members. they were trying to launch a coup. there are a lot of things going on. >> we should do crystal ball gazing. shocks could be around northern asia. >> china and japan as well. >> there is more confidence in china, then there was 60 days ago. you see that. >> we will see how this plays out. what we are also keeping an eye on this week is bank earnings. chris whalen's wheelhouse. jpmorgan will report tomorrow. coming up. ♪ >> monday jobs report. let's get to the data check. stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities. the 10 year yield comes in a little bit higher. 91.92 on crude. it is
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am PST
left beijing after spending nearly a week in north korea and said his visit to the rogue nation was misrepresented and misunderstood. what was the reaction? >> reporter: it was an emotional dennis rodman today. a controversial trip and it seemed the pressure had seemed to really get to him. he spoke to one of our producers before he was confronted by the media pack and he said he was sorry he wasn't able to do more for american missioner ken earth bae. >> i'm sorry about what's going on in north korea. i'm not god, i'm not an ambassador, i'm no one. >> reporter: a slightly different tone from dennis rodman, arriving at beijing international airport after nearly a week in north korea. initially not wanting to talk about his trip, then within minutes, he couldn't resist. >> i haven't done anything wrong. nothing wrong. so i don't know why people are saying that, well, dennis rodman this, dennis rodman that. it's not about me. >> reporter: he believes his efforts inside this reclusive country have been wrongly represented and unappreciated, insisting his basketball diplomacy has be
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 3:00am PST
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CNN
Jan 13, 2014 2:00am PST
, dennis rodman is out of north korea and apologizing for what he says he was not able to do while he was there. rodman landed in beijing overnight, the last member of his team to depart north korea after visiting and taking part in an exhibition basketball game for kim jong-un's birthday. this visit, as you all know, was filled with controversy as the american family of missionary kenneth bae begged him, begged rodman to ask the north korean leader, a man that rodman calls a friend, for help getting about a released. rodman told reporters in beijing he was sorry he could not do anything and he continued to defend this trip. >> people make it like extravaganza, like i did something so bad. yes, he's my friend. i don't know what's going on with politics. that's not my job. if that was the case, let someone else go for me next time and see if they can do something better than i'm doing. i'm just trying to open the door and hope that one day someone will go over there and do what, at least i had a little bit to do with. that's it. >> rodman says his goal was to just show the world it can
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 1:00am PST
air and the media wallows in it. >>> dennis rodman was back with kim jong-un in north korea which would have zero news value but for the interview asking if he would intervene with kenneth bae. >> would you take the opportunity to help kenneth bae? >> what i know about politics, kenneth b bae, if you understood what he did, do you understand what kenneth bae did? >> what did he do? >> no, no, no, you tell me. why is he held captive? >> they have not released any charges. >> my gosh. i am saying, i don't give a [ blank ], a rat's ass what you think of the look at these guy. look at 'em. >> everyone ganged up on rodman. >> the latest now on rodman's bizarre bask diplomacy. >> he went on cnn to defend heading to north korea. >> join us from new york is media corporate for the hollywood reporter. how does cuomo handle rodman's ranting and raving? >> as best as he could but when you ask dennis rodman a geopolitical question you cannot expect to get an intelligent coherent answer. and the media should know this. i thought cuomo handled it fine because he country pressing him and i love
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 2:50am EST
civil war, violence in afghanistan, and north korea nuclear program are some the top priorities. this runs about one hour and a half. >> let me remind everybody that this meeting is on the record. we want to do this efficiently and let you know that the video and audio will be available on the website. it is my pleasure to introduce the panelists. you have their complete bios on the roster for today's meeting. let me introduce them officially for those people who are watching via videotape. dr. david gordon, who has had a distinguished career. he served as chairman of the national intelligence council and director of policy planning at the state department to read department. thes head of research at eurasia group. have just released a report. i believe you can find the eurasia report at eurasia.net. every time i'm with david here, i have to say -- he was my senior thesis advisor when i was undergraduate and i am deeply indebted for him to inspire me to this career. i hope i have made you proud. >> yes, you have. >> to my right is mark schneider. mark has held numerous positions
KRON
Jan 12, 2014 8:00pm PST
emerge about what happened in north korea in dennis rodman's basketball trip. and why some families want fireworks in lake tahoe to stop. >> and temperatures will warm up in the bay area. i'll talk about that coming up. >>> now at 8:30, the 49ers moving on to seattle for next weekend's nfc championship game. fans couldn't be happier. niners advancing by scoring the last 17 points in a 23-10 win over the panthers in carolina. the panthers led 10 to 6 until collin kaepernick got davis for a touchdown run. he did the panthers qb superman celebration. then a little bicep kiss. the niners defense played great, and boldon had eight catches for 136 yards. gore ran for 84 yards on 17 carries in the niners' big win. >>> two more fires in san jose are expected to be from a possible serial arsonist. police have released a suspect sketch of a person of interest in the case. you see it here. they urge people to test their smoke detectors and check security systems. >>> and this weekend people are heading out to get a flu shot but some stores and pharmacies are running low. at least 11 deaths have bee
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 10:00pm EST
it is building the technological capability should they decide to do so and north korea that in the past 10 years has conducted three nuclear test and is on the verge. for this reason the national security strategy said this has to be our top priority and i have to mitt the policies of the united states have not matched. the united states itself does not focus that much attention on these threats. the president of united states tried to change that when he came into office. president obamacare into office having worked in the senate on nuclear policy. one of the first things he did was speak doubt choose senator lugar and asked him to take him along when he went to the former states of the soviet union to watch our government programs were hoping to control, the contained, you eliminate the threat of them left over nuclear weapon or materials. obama was deeply affected by that and started to adopt that as one of his primary causes. he also worked for republican senator chuck hagel as one of the non-proliferation legislation ever presented in that relationship continues today as the secretary is n
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 4:00pm PST
. former nba player who is in north korea with rodman is talking about the trip. his takeaway, next. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that parker. well, did you know auctioneers make bad grocery store clerks? that'll be $23.50. now .75, 23.75, hold 'em. hey now do i hear 23.75? 24! hey 24 dollar, 24 and a quarter, quarter, now half, 24 and a half and .75! 25! now a quarter, hey 26 and a quarter, do you wanna pay now, you wanna do it, 25 and a quarter - sold to the man in the khaki jacket! geico. fifteen minutes could save you... well, you know. at a company that's bringing media and technology together. next is every second of nbcuniversal's coverage 0f the 2014 olympic winter games. it's connecting over one million low-income americans to broadband internet at home. it's a place named one america's most veteran friendly employers. next is information and entertainment in ways you never thought possible. welcome to what's next. comcastnbcuniversal. >>> well, the eccentric dennis rodman is due back from north korea tomorrow. his
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 3:00pm PST
states after his controversial, shall we say, visit to north korea. and now one of his teammates is speaking out about what he saw. the exclusive interview, next. >>> plus, dozens of new cars will be unveiled this week. we're going to have a sneak peek at a few of those that, well, may have you racing to the dealership. [ male announcer ] this is the story of the little room over the pizza place on chestnut street the modest first floor bedroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreling down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had the power to do more. dell is honored to be part of some of the world's great stories. that began much the same way ours did. in a little dorm room -- 2713. ♪ this magic moment ♪ overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing? we doth offer so many discounts, we have some to spare. oh, you have any of those homeowners discoun
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Jan 12, 2014 1:00pm PST
. and former nba star dennis rodman gets ready to end their trip to north korea. and blown away, powerful winds knock down a condo complex. >>> in just 30 minutes, west virginia governor will give an update on the water emergency that has left his state with no clean water for three days. residents hope the governor will have answers about when water can be consumed again. >> the governor's office tells us chemical levels in the water are going down. that is very good news but they are also saying that it will likely take several days before they can lift this water ban. residents are eager for things to go back to normal. we went inside a chile's restaurant in downtown charleston. it was very, very busy. we did talk to a woman who lives here in charleston about her concerns wups this waonce this lifted. i think it is going to take some time and i would wait and test myself. i can still smell it before i would trust that i can use it. >> even if they would lift the ban you would wait? >> i would weighty don't know a few days maybe to a week to actually consume it. >> it will will y take days to
PBS
Jan 12, 2014 12:30pm PST
and has been escalating. three of us love with north korea of. notice that this last year though was too close to missile nothing afternoon because dentistry so we did this a kitten tons of excellence and condones or phone call. home so at this. these times from it in as saying our defence capabilities to ski. and then this few days ago on another press release from boasts a special warfare command and or dual winner exercise then of course uncle uncle. oh whats is one because areas in korea. special special forces exercises training are known to be pork wore on and very appeal was that as possible so i'm this excited to do a sort of. there's fierce competition for news coverage as we don't often see such training is held the wbo that only going to do. there wasn't a kid the city the option of david what do whatever you do. it is keen to build a good time as all get on the bus eleven. you can find them just a muscle it's a thirty minute walk to the training ground press members look like the are marching has a walk single file across the snow we feel with us tomorrow. cornmeal to mum lov
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 12:00pm PST
wraps up his controversial trip to north korea while his teammate charles smith speaks out about his payday. exclusive cnn interview this hour. >>> we begin with rising tensions in west virginia. 100,000 people haven't had clean tap water since thursday. that's when a chemical used to wash coal leaked into water supply. the governor set to hold a news conference the next hour. elena, is there any indication the governor will give people a time line of when the water ban is lifted? >> reporter: fredricka, that is the big unknown. the governor tells us chemicals in the water supply are going down. that's good news. they are likely saying it will take several days before they can lift this water ban. residents here as you can imagine are anxious for things to get back to normal. we want to show you video we shot a short while ago from a chili's restaurant that opened for the first time since thursday. that's when the leak was discovered and the ban put into effect. we took time to talk to a woman who lives in this area and was at the chili's restaurant enjoying her first prepared meal,
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 11:00am PST
ahead. >>> former nba star dennis rodman wraps up his controversial trip to north korea while his teammate speaks out about their payday. that exclusive cnn interview is just minutes away. lets begin with that critical procedural vote in the battle over unemployment benefits, which is expected in the senate tomorrow. it's up in the air which way it will go after a tense week of debate. people who have lost or will lose their emergency benefits are watching anxiously. dana bash looks at what's holding up lawmakers. >> reporter: this sure didn't sound like senators closing in on a deal. >> lets sit down and talk. we're adults. >> talk about fiddling while rome burns. >> just when there seemed to be hope on extending emergency unemployment benefits, the senate floor devolved into a bitter, angry place. >> we have continued obstruction that's taking place in this body for five years. it's time to get back to legislating the way we used to. >> the answer to my question i'd say to my friend earlier, no. >> calling someone my friend in the senate usually means the total opposite. >> the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 12, 2014 12:00pm EST
a series of military threats from north korea. both the u.s. and seoul will share cost on security measures for the next five years. this is the ninth agreement since 1991 and it is now waiting for approval by south korea's parliament. >>> federal investigators expected tomorrow at the scene of thursday's chemical spill in west virginia. up to 300,000 residents are still without safe tap water without drink organize washing, no word when it will be back again. testing continues for the chemical that leaked from a storage tank on thursday. wee to have work a process to develop a set of protocols and methods to assess this particular chemical, a nonregulated chemical that did not have an existing set of protocols. >> officials say that contamination are falling and rains have helped flush out the spill. national guard says they need consistent evidence that contamination is in fact low enough to allow people to use their tap water. >> it may come to find that if the numbers are found to be below one part per million, then we may not have to flush the entire area. i think the systems are worki
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 9:00am PST
know that there was an agreement, a very specific one, with north korea and very soon the world woke up to a nuclear north korea. we also know that iran is far more dangerous than north korea, because while north korea sought to attain nuclear weapons out of desperation, iran is seeking them out of aspiration. and because of that aspiration, it is very difficult for me to believe that iran has actually given up those aspirations. >> and i imagine something that prime minister sharon would remind us is that iran, unlike north korea, specifically has israel on the map to wipe off the map. so of course the threat has to continue to be taken very, very seriously. i'm glad that you recognize there isn't much that ariel sharon did not do for israel, so i thank you for that. on this agreement, secretary kerry, our secretary of state, has just come out and said that this is a critical significant step forward toward for the very first time a resolution that would bring something that's verifiable and actually prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. he seems to have a lot of confidence in
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 8:00am PST
-all? >>> the media's full court press over dennis rodman and his north korea exploits after he loses it in a cnn interview. why exactly should we care? >>> plus magazines still photo shoppic anorexic models and proof of how it influences young women. does this need to stop? i'm howard kurtz and this is "media buzz." most scandals are complicated. the saga of chris christie and the george washington bridge not so much. e-mail shows contrary to earlier denials some of the aides relished the traffic nightmare caused by closing two the of access lanes. christie dismissed the scandal as media hype but then came the e-mail with one aide writing "time for some traffic problems in ft. lee." a text necessariage to a christie appointed saying "is it wrong i'm smiling?" this caused a media firestorm, pundits casting doubt on christie's 2016 hopes and pumping up the scandal. >> governor chris christie ran into a traffic jam today on the road to the white house. >> good evening, the governor of new jersey, chris christie said today is he angry, he's embarrassed e' humiliated but he's innocent. >> reinforces
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 7:00am PST
rodman to north korea. in an exclusive interview with cnn this morning, smith defended both the visit and rodman. >> what dennis wants is he wants to -- he has a deep desire to do something good in a big way for his family, his kids, and so his kids can be proud of him. i felt for him. hi felt for him on this trip because i saw the pressure mount, i saw him change and it was very difficult keeping him and everyone together. >> smith says he believes the mission of using basketball as a bridge for cultural exchange was accomplished during his north korea visit. those are your top stories. ""reliable sources" with brian stelter is at the top of the hour. now back to "fareed zakaria gps." >>> the best way to tackle cancer, heart disease, diabetes and all these other diseases that plague the modern world is prevention. so says my next guest who has a list of ways to ward off these dangerous illnesses. perfect for your new year's resolutions. david agus is one of the world's leading cancer specialists, he is the author of a new book "a short guide to a long life." he was steve jobs' doctor
FOX News
Jan 12, 2014 7:00am PST
should be harry truman during the cold war when north korea invaded south korea in 1950. truman's advisers were worried about what it might do in midterm elections and the president said you figure out what the right strategy is. >> is that what we need in this country? >> it would be nice to have a truman-style leadership as opposed to somebody who sees the military as threatening and as a burden that gets in the way. >> also what's kind of shocking about this, he writes to a friend that people have no idea how much he detests the job. one would thing if you hate it, you quit. but i think he may be writing about the pain and the guilt he has dealing with the sacrifice of our brave men and women in iraq and afghanistan. he wrote condolence letters at night. asked for photographs of the soldiers and troops that were killed. what does that mean personally and what kind of toll does that take? >> it does take a toll, clearly on bob gates. i'm sure what he saw on a day-to-day basis at the pentagon and what he experienced when he went to the white house must have been a source of rea
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 9:03am EST
by and letting north korea take control of the world's weather. but i just make this point. i think it's an extremely important point to make, but we have to distinguish between differences of impacts that would result from solar geoengineering and differences in perceptions of impact. and it's really the perceptions of impact, me, it's going to be partly based on what scientists in america are saying, this is a very interesting development, a lot of investment in geoengineering research in germany which is the kind of counter to what's happening in the united states. but also local perceptions of how, whether it's change but if there's someone out there playing with the weather, or people even think that there people out there playing with the weather like this crazy conspiracy, you can see that you not only have a very lot of -- prep some recourse to international law if people believe that the nation is being damaged by activities by u.s., china or some powerful nation affecting their world. >> i just want to hear a little bit about the risks associated with the type of geoengineeri
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 8:13am EST
that looked like he talks between north and south korea as they sat on opposite ends of the table. the only thing missing was a respected fact that their nation. they sat there and argued about whether the dni and 9/11 commission recommendations would lead to a more successful intelligence community. according to the participants at the lunch, secretary rumsfeld plan is for -underscore to displace and said he couldn't believe what he was hearing from two people who had warned the uniform of their country at the dni should not have control or any additional controller is agencies and department of defense. needless to say, the lunch and it badly and the rest is history. these bureaucratic divisions in the book goes through this, were reflected in argued aggressively throughout an august 2004, and the national security council as george bush's advisers tried to color index that way what president bush's belief would be in a piece of legislation he later said today he'll on what the future intelligence communities would look like your ammo into this in great detail, but the congress embraced t
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 5:00am PST
-- north korea. >> i mean this trip and rodman's comments in particular about the man he calls "his friend," north korean leader kim jong-un, and about american kenneth bey who is being held prisoner in north korea. all of that just sparked this firestorm amongst conversations. this is what smith had to say when he arrived in beijing friday. >> we set out on a mission to use basketball as a bridge for cultural change. we accomplished that mission. we were in north korea with tourists, with other americans and our documentary film crew. all of us agree the trip was simply incredible. >> smith was at rodman's side and seemingly tried to calm him down as rodman spoke out about kenneth bae. smith says the visit was not about politics. it was about interacting with the north korean people. >> well, charles smith joins us now live from beijing. first, thanks for being on. you say you want to set the record straight, charles. what needs straightening? you have the floor. what have people misunderstood? >> well, i think everyone knows that the trip was based on sp t sport. we've used the term dip
CNN
Jan 12, 2014 4:30am PST
north korea with dennis rodman and other former nba players. we'll ask him about the media firestorm and what he hoped to accomplish in north korea. >> that's coming up at 8:00 right here and you can stay tuned for sanjay gupta right now. >> see you at 8:00. >>> welcome to sgmd. i want to tell you about this as if knitting new poll about one of the move divisive issues today. it has to do with marijuana. more americans told cnn that that's good rather than bad, but most said let's hang on a minute and see how it goes. we're talking like places like colorado which just passed a new law. i have done a lot of reporting on this topic and had some surprises and concerns and one of them is about the people who want easy access to marijuana as a medical treatment. back in september of 2012, 3-year-old landon developed a sore throat one night. it was likely just a virus, doctors thought, but the reality ended up being much worse. acute leukemia. or a.l.l.. it's one of the most common cancers in children. it's also one of the most treatable. but the therapy is going to be tough. >>
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